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Status quo at the top after leading two both win 10-1

March 6, 2018

THERE is no change at the top of the table after the two leading sides in the Plymouth City Super League both won with the loss of just a single point.

 

Undefeated Porters B achieved their success away at Ker St Social Club and had John Mann hitting a checkout of 103 in a 3-1 singles success while The Staddy won their encounter, also on the road, at St Levan Inn.

 

Warren Gordon was on target with a brace of 180s and Jim Pitkin, in winning 3-1, clinched his best leg in 13 darts.

 

There were also two maximums for Steve Brocklesby in Plympton Cons A’s 8-3 success away at The Albemarle and they had Jeff Chambers (100x11) as their leading marksman.

 INSPIRING: Fred Goldsmith emerged a 3-1 winner in 15, 18 and 18, and posted the week's top checkout of 116, inspiring Octagon Social Club to a win over Kings Arms B.

 

A 3-0 victory from Shaun Dring in the final singles of the match enabled Maritime A to prevail by the narrowest of margins at Clifton A while Kings Arms A won in double figures when restricting Victoria to a single point.

 

A 3-2 victory in 16, 17 and 17 from Steve Hiscox was the highlight of Plympton Cons B’s 9-2 defeat of Clifton B while Hyde Park Social Club overcame Porters A 8-3.

 

Geoff Norman was on target with an outshot of 115 but ended up on the wrong end of a 9-2 scoreline when Compton Social Club were defeated by Dartsworld, for whom Simon Stevenson (28.90) emerged a 3-0 winner in 16, 17 and 19.

 

The Fawn led 3-1, but still needed Dan Bunney to win the final singles of the match in straight legs, to edge out Ships Tavern 6-5.

 

Mark Bell was on target with two maximums for his Elburton side and team-mate Dave Johns (100x14) top scored.

 

Kings B started well on their visit to Octagon Social Club and led 3-2 after the first two disciplines before losing all six singles to their rampant hosts.

 

Fred Goldsmith led by example and emerged a 3-1 winner in 15, 18 and 18 as well as posting the week’s top checkout of 116.

 

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